In a way, last week began and ended with St. Patrick’s Day. And in between came a weighty School Committee meeting, the debut of our new Visions for Vacancies feature and a visit to the “Before I Die…” wall at Cary Memorial Library
Monday morning started with the opening of our Best of Patch Readers’ Choice poll looking for the . The eventual winner, reveled on Friday, was .
That was followed by coverage of cultural critic and police logs that included idling, accidents and arrests for alleged domestic assault and battery.
Tuesday dawned with a . That afternoon came a letter about . Tuesday night, consultant Bruce Wellman delivered a report on from the School Committee and its audience.
On Wednesday was the debut of a new weekly feature called . It takes a look at an open storefront or space somewhere in Lexington and asks you, our readers, what y’all think should go there. The first .
A few headlines from Thursday included the , an early look at the and a preview of an in Lexington.
Friday morning’s features included a and a conversation with Neil Chyten, founder and president of Lexington-based .